Economic stability is major challenge for many ex-offenders returning to their community. Depending on the cause and length of incarceration, they may never have had prosocial employment, adequate money management skills, or even to have provided for themselves. A reentrant that lacks basic financial readiness, i.e., money sources, knowledge, and skills, is less likely to make sustainable, prosocial choices and is at a greater risk of recidivism. Comprehensive financial education is necessary to promote and foster financial readiness for successful reentry. This webinar will introduce PHFA’s flagship financial education program, Building Your Financial House (BYFH), and how it’s being used with justice involved individuals both pre- and post-release.